Neatishead nestles in the countryside surrounded by agricultural fields and close to the Broads. The school’s earlier logo was that of the swallow tail butterfly. The swallowtail is now limited to the Norfolk Broads, choosing sites with a vigorous growth of milk parsley, where it lays its eggs on the tallest plants. The school, like the swallowtail, is a very special feature of living and learning in this part of the country.
'Staff have high expectations that encourage pupils to think for themselves and reflect deeply about their learning.'
Ofsted Outstanding 2019
Salhouse has always celebrated its special heritage as a school on the Broads. The school’s earlier logo focussed on the image of a wherry. The wherry has a history that stretches back 400 years and was chosen to symbolise the pride our children have for the area of Norfolk in which they live and learn.
'… the school offers a well-planned and thoughtfully constructed curriculum that engages and enthuses pupils.'
Ofsted Good 2018
If you look on the front wall of the school you will see the date when the old school building was erected, 1866. You will also notice a dragon! The school’s earlier logo features the dragon, but why? The school is in the village of Fleggburgh which sits in the parish of Burgh St Margaret. Legend links St Margaret with a dragon in ways we will let you find out for yourself.
'There is a vibrant and interesting curriculum provided for pupils with a wide range of stimulating learning opportunities.'
Ofsted Good 2017
‘Soar on Wings’
We aim for our school communities to be happy and safe where everyone shares a love of learning.
To support this aim we take strength and direction from Isaiah 40 :31
“They will soar on wings like eagles;
They will run and not grow weary,
They will walk and not be faint.”
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